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On 5/11/2017 at 18:09, liampie said:

i am surprised more people who they stomped on and treated unfairly have not said more things about them publicly, its where our local media should have done more investigating but they just want to have a cushy life.

I think there are probably a few with more than a couple of choice words they'd like to say. Lots of people after leaving Notts have alluded to certain things.

However if you are in a job, or you're applying for jobs, it never looks good when you criticise your former employers, no matter how bad they were. I'm sure in 5, 10 years time it will all come out in books etc... 

 

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16 minutes ago, Super_Danny_Allsopp said:

I think there are probably a few with more than a couple of choice words they'd like to say. Lots of people after leaving Notts have alluded to certain things.

However if you are in a job, or you're applying for jobs, it never looks good when you criticise your former employers, no matter how bad they were. I'm sure in 5, 10 years time it will all come out in books etc... 

 

and theres a couple of former employees who have spoken out. Anonymously, of course, though vociferously. You'd be surprised at the power of them to spread discontent to a willing audience. It doesn't mean to say that what a disgruntled ex employee says is truth, but it does save face with a future employer.

And maybe books will be published. I've seen a couple already with gross inaccuracies...because unless you are actually there, you simply couldn't know what's happened. It's par for the course and really doesn't concern me too much but I do have a strong sense of justice and have no time for lies.

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17 minutes ago, Super_Danny_Allsopp said:

You should threaten legal action. :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

If people choose to live their life telling and believing lies, that's up to them. I've no intention of suing anyone unless it directly harms my family. I have a life to live and don't need you to tell me what to do when you mean nothing to me. 

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9 minutes ago, Patsypie said:

If people choose to live their life telling and believing lies, that's up to them. I've no intention of suing anyone unless it directly harms my family. I have a life to live and don't need you to tell me what to do when you mean nothing to me. 

:lol::lol:

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Where do you start with trying to understand some of the above comments? The notes stated by Lee Hughes are certainly interesting and it does not leave many questions as to what it was like during that period.

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2 hours ago, DangerousSausage said:

Everyone's entitled to have their say and make their own mind up, but let's not get personal please!

Oh, absolutely!

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On 2017-5-16 at 18:43, Patsypie said:

No, they didn't. No idea who told him that.

Are you a Trew in disguise? 😂

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2 hours ago, Patsypie said:

I'm not in disguise. My other username didn't work.

Good to hear from you. How are you and your family?

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6 hours ago, ivansneck said:

Good to hear from you. How are you and your family?

Very well, thank you. My BT is under control, the kids well and happy and the hubbie smiles much more :-)  Good to see things going well at Notts. How's you?

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1 minute ago, Patsypie said:

Very well, thank you. My BT is under control, the kids well and happy and the hubbie smiles much more :-)  Good to see things going well at Notts. How's you?

It sounds like being away from football has had the best results for everyone. That's pleasing!

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13 minutes ago, CliftonMagpie said:

It sounds like being away from football has had the best results for everyone. That's pleasing!

some things never change, though ;-)

 

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On 17 May 2017 at 13:31, CliftonMagpie said:

Where do you start with trying to understand some of the above comments? The notes stated by Lee Hughes are certainly interesting and it does not leave many questions as to what it was like during that period.

Or perhaps that all depends on what you want to believe?

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Very well, thank you. My BT is under control, the kids well and happy and the hubbie smiles much more :-)  Good to see things going well at Notts. How's you?


I'm glad to hear it. From where I am, you all needed a change. I'm fine thanks.


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